Resource topic: Turnover & Reduction of Work Effort
Burnout and Resilience Among Nurses Practicing in High-Intensity Settings

This study published in the American Journal of Critical Care combats stressors and causal factors of burnout and moral distress by supporting creation of healthy...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Joy in Medical Practice: Clinician Satisfaction in the Healthy Work Place Trial

The Healthy Work Place trial study, published in Health Affairs was conducted to better understand how clinicians’ job satisfaction relates to work conditions and...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
A Literature Review of Nursing Turnover Costs

This review article published in the Journal of Nursing Management summarizes data and trends of nursing staff turnover costs from 1990 to 2010. Inconsistencies in...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Commentaries on health services research

In the 1960s, the profession of physician assistant (PA) rose to prominence and has since transformed the landscape of the medicine by supplementing and supporting...

Opinion Piece/Short Communication
Nurse turnover: The mediating role of burnout

A better understanding of what factors support a commitment to a nursing career could inform both policies and workplace practices. The mediation model of burnout...

Article
The complexities of physician supply and demand: Projections through 2025

The following study and report, conducted by the Association of American Medical Colleges, uses a microsimulation approach to project the supply and demand for...

Report
The costs of nurse turnover, part 2: Application of the Nursing Turnover Cost Calculation Methodology

The following article is the second in a 2-part series focusing on nurse turnover and its costs. Part 2 presents an application of the human resource accounting...

Article
Physician turnover: A costly problem

The following article examines ways to reduce physician turnover, which can be costly and discruptive to the healthcare system. With the growing demand for...

Briefs and Summaries
Why Are a Quarter of Faculty Considering Leaving Academic Medicine? A Study of Their Perceptions of Institutional Culture and Intentions to Leave at 26 Representative U.S. Medical Schools

Vital, productive faculty are critical to academic medicine, yet studies indicate high dissatisfaction and attrition. This article identifies key personal and...

Article
Why Do Faculty Leave? Reasons for Attrition of Women and Minority Faculty from a Medical School: Four-Year Results

166 medical school faculty who left the School of Medicine between 2001 and 2005 completed a survey about their reasons for leaving. The 3 most common overall...

Briefs and Summaries